Hotel Ritz Plaza
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... mates gaff) which to be far wasn't bad at all, unfortunately the guide popped his head around to see how we were going just as I was spooning on more hot pickle into my curry, he looked at me then lynda and as usual Lynda had to apologise for me saying I liked spicy food in fact john can eat fire she said. Next minute there's much foreign talk going on before all of sudden a bowl super hot chillies were placed in front of me and not only the guide but about ...
... it was going to end badly, so I literally ran
down the steps and ran over so may people. Anyway long story short I sat on a
rock under a tree and I got surrounded by Indian army and only one spoke English
a little, so trying to explain I had a
dogy lasange but I was ok was not easy
haha but I managed to explain and he
brought me water which was really sweet. But after a while they insisted they
wanted to ...
... outside. They also provide a free rice and curry meal. A guidebook estimates they feed between 60,000- 80,000 everyday. Inside the production line is amazingly efficient with a machine spitting out chapatti. The Golden temple itself is incredible and looks like it's floating on water. The atmosphere is very pious giving the place an aura. Outside even the Macdonalds is vegetarian and I have a McAloo Tikki meal. In the afternoon I get a ride on ...
... standing outside his cafe next to a very Heath-Robinson tandoor. As I watched, he skilfully prepared a paratha and slapped it on the inside of the tandoor. Within a very few minutes, he fished it out, onto a plate with some chutney, and served this typical Punjabi breakfast to a waiting customer. Right, I'll have some of that. I stood with him, learning the techniques, and soon walked back to the hotel with an excellent breakfast wrapped in yesterday's newspaper.
... constructed like a fun house, it was the most bizarre temple I have ever been to. Funhouse is the best fitting way to describe it, with hundreds of absurd technicolor statues of deities lining the inside, gold engravings everywhere, and strangest of all, mazes to go through, showing Hindu stories and legends, tunnels to crawl through, water to wade in! It was easily the most surreal place I've visited, I'd say it was more an amusement ...